Core values

Access to the Internet should be available and affordable to all persons in Africa without discrimination on any kind. The Internet should have an open and distributed architecture.

Everyone has the right to access information and hold opinions without interference. This include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds through the Internet and digital technologies regardless of frontiers.

Everyone has the right to privacy online, including the right to the protection of personal data, to communicate anonymously on the Internet and to use appropriate technology to ensure secure privacy.

Promote Transparency that favors the establishment of a culture of access to public information and the use of open data.

Promote Accountability to develop better mechanisms that privilege the collective interest over the individual.

Strengthen Citizen Participation to promote effective collective action for a deliberative democracy.

Special attention is given to vulnerable groups, including women through digital rights awareness and the promotion of their participation in democracy.